Tyson Fury calls out Derek Chisora as WBC champion drops biggest hint yet despite retirement claim

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Tyson Fury has beaten Derek Chisora twice before  (Getty Images)
Tyson Fury has beaten Derek Chisora twice before (Getty Images)

Tyson Fury is eyeing a trilogy fight with Derek Chisora as the WBC heavyweight champion drops his biggest hint yet that he is not ready to retire.

The 33-year-old has constantly talked of having hung up his gloves in the months after his stunning win over Dillyan Whyte at Wembley in April, although remains in possession of his belts.

Still, the prospect of an undisputed clash with the winner of Oleksandr Usyk and Anthony Joshua is hard to ignore, with Fury dropping sly hints at various public appearances suggesting he would in fact be prepared to set-up what would be a money-spinning fight.

Chisora, who called out Deontay Wilder after beating Kubrat Pulev in July, is coming towards the end of his career himself.

Twice before has ‘Del Boy’ lost to Fury, first via unanimous decision in 2011 before Chisora’s corner pulled him out in the tenth round in 2014.

Taking to Instagram, Fury said: “This one goes out to Derek ‘The s**house Chisora; you’re running Derek, from the trilogy.

"You call yourself ‘War’ but you should call yourself chicken because you’re running from the trilogy and from a career-high payday. Get that f****** contract signed."